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TEACHER RESOURCES

Our resources are legally accurate, curriculum-linked, and tested with students.

The OBA/OJEN Competitive Mock Trials for High School Students

Join your local mock trial tournament.

TRAINING

Continuing Professional Development, facilitator training, and video resources.

ABOUT OJEN

Find out more about who we are and what we do.

JUSTICE EDUCATION PROGRAMS

We run programs in community settings and with special audiences.

BOOK A COURTHOUSE VISIT

Bring your class or youth group to visit a courthouse and watch court.

BOOK A GUEST SPEAKER

We can connect you with a legal expert who can talk to your audience.

Get Involved

Volunteer, donate, or work with us.

OJEN NEWS

CLEO Launches New CLEO Connect Website

On June 10, OJEN staff joined with CLEO, (Community Legal Education Ontario), to celebrate the launch of their new CLEO Connect website – Training and Tools for Community Workers.  CLEO Connect is a new, comprehensive platform to help support the legal information needs of Ontario’s front line community workers At CLEO Connect, community workers will be able […]

OJEN Ambassador Program Launched

OJEN board and staff extend a warm welcome to members of the newly established OJEN Ambassadors group!  Spearheaded  by OJEN Board member, John Adair, this donor program provides young private practice lawyers and other professionals with opportunities to get involved in justice education initiatives and help increase OJEN’s profile in the legal community.   The […]

FROM THE OJEN BLOG

Checks and Balances Promotes Positive Youth-Police Interactions

What are citizens’ rights and obligations when they are stopped by the police? What are the parameters police operate within when they engage with the public?  What can citizens do when they think their rights have been violated during an interaction with police? These are some of the questions answered in OJEN’s project, Checks and […]

OJEN Welcomes New Director of Outreach Programs

OJEN’s Department of Outreach Programs is a busy place.  At any given time staff may be developing, delivering, evaluating or adapting several different justice education programs.  Outreach Programs staff respond to the needs of a variety of vulnerable youth populations, providing content on different areas of law that is not only relevant and substantive, but […]

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